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Why Everyone Should Learn Basic Programming

Times are changing. Our information age puts higher requirements on everyone to process information more efficiently. People are talking about information “overloads”. A solution to this would be to use more programming. In the  past people were limited by physical

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The Freedom to View Information + Make Changes

The world has changed profoundly with the emergence of the information age. In the past when writing something the majority of the time was spent researching the subject through arduous hours at the library and only a small time in the actual

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Transforming Into a Digital Government: Fundamental Changes

Part of an assignment I wrote for a course about ‘the digital government’Part 2/3 Citizen Interactions Part 3/3 Organizational Development — Part 1/3 – Fundamental Changes for the Government Internet has changed how the government needs to work and think. Previously

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Why Lawmakers Don’t Like New Technology

“Anything that is in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural part of the way the world works. Anything that’s invented between when you’re fifteen and thirty-five is new and exciting and revolutionary

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Copyright is for Stopping and Sealing off Creativity

The reason (c)opyright was invented was to restrict others from creating an object similar to yours. It was a way of giving creators protection and time for distribution of the creations. This system worked good when there was a very

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Josef Ohlsson Collentine

A transparent and kind American/Swede who likes cultural patterns and Social Media. A creative early-adopter who sports, discusses and explores. More about me
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